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A tightly organized global overview of the history of cartography, aimed at surfers or scholars, spread over about 100 pages. The site provides reference information and lists activities, opportunities and resources. There are also leads to the collecting of early maps. 'Map History' is managed by the former Map Librarian of the British Library and forms part of the WWW-Virtual Library.
Old Maps Online is a large search portal for online mapping, accessing around 100,000 maps from many collections around the world, and the easiest to use: find the place you are interested in on our modern map, and the system shows you "thumbnails" of the historical maps that best cover your place; click on a thumbnail for more info, and then to view a full image on the relevant library's site; and its completely free.
A one-place-study (OPS) considers your ancestors in their physical and social context.
By learning about your ancestors' neighbours and studying the historical environment and events, big and small, that took place within a village, you can gain a greater understanding of your own genealogy.